Latest Chelsea transfer rumours: Billy Gilmour interest rises, Willian contract snub

Chelsea have work to do in the final months of the season and Sunday’s clash with Everton is certain to be decisive in the hunt to secure Champions League football.

The Blues’ lack of consistency this term has been an issue but a confidence boosting FA Cup victory over Premier League champions elect Liverpool has come at an ideal time.

Whatever the scenario at the end of the season, Chelsea certainly have work to do in the transfer market as they look to build upon the agreement to sign Hakim Ziyech.

As a result, plenty of speculation continues to float around Stamford Bridge and we have gathered some of the latest snippets for you below.

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Gilmour interest rises

Real Madrid and Barcelona are ready to battle it out in the transfer market this summer for the services of Chelsea starlet Billy Gilmour, according to El Desmarque.

The 18-year-old put in a Man of the Match performance in the 2-0 victory over Liverpool but that display has alerted some of the continent’s biggest sides.

As well as he two La Liga giants, Manchester City are also said to be keen on securing the services of the former Rangers youngster, although it will be difficult to prize him away from West London.

The teenager penned a new four-year deal at Stamford Bridge back in September and is rated extremely highly by Frank Lampard, who has not been afraid to hand opportunities to the young players within his squad.

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Willian contract snub

The likelihood of Willian leaving Chelsea at the end of the season seems to have increased as the Brazilian is said to have snubbed a two-year offer from the Blues, UOL Esporte states.

The 32-year-old has entered the final months of his deal at Stamford Bridge and is able to discuss a pre-contract with clubs outside of the Premier League.

However, while Chelsea are keen for him to stay…